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This site has been such a great help in my family research. I have added my family info in hopes that it may help others.|
I am researching the following families and their branches: Strouhal, Ferguson and McClendon settled in Texas, Bailey settled in Louisiana and the Newcity(Villeneuve), Twombly, Kidder, Grow, Brown families (and their branches) settled in the northeast in Vermont, NH, Mass, Ohio etc. Also researching the White family (Miss.) from my Uncle James L White.
Let me know if you see anything that needs correcting or if you have additional info. Please use the edit tab when sending the information. Have a nice day....
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|Richard Van Wagenen||Aurora b. brown|
Itried the website that you sent www.netgvt.com and couldn't access it.
If you would want it I have data on Dennis W. Brown ?
|Richard Van Wagenen||Daniel and Fanny (Grow) Brown|
I am curious where you came up that they had a daughter named Aurora ?
|DebL||History of Windsor County, Vermont|
Hi Susan - Just wanted to make sure you know that the book is available online, free, from Google Books. You can read it online, or download. Hope it helps your research - Deb
Added by DebL on May 03, 2016 4:50 PM
|DebL||Rhoda Lawrence Field (123512414)|
Hi Susan - Rhoda's maiden name comes from the book "Hisotry of Windsor County, Vermont" Lewis Cass Aldrich and Frank R. Holmes, D. Mason & Company, 1891
best regards -Deb
Added by DebL on May 02, 2016 5:15 PM
|DebL||Rhoda Lawrence|Added by DebL on May 02, 2016 5:12 PM
|Richard Van Wagenen||children of Daniel Brown and Fanny Grow|
I believe that James was not Robetson, but a separate child. I have found a Robert J. Rrown born 1834 in Derby, Orleans, Vermont and died 1885 in Leavenwoth, Kansas and is buried there.
Susan: Thank you for notifying me about the birth date of John Netherland. It should be 1830 not 1803.
I assume you & Bert have been in contact and I do believe that Mary Netherland was a "Collins" especially since Bert's DNA links to the Baugh family.
My family is fine, thank you.
Take care and keep in touch.
Again, thanks for making me aware of my mistake.
|Lynda White||RE: Ferguson Family|
Hi Susan, From what I have found I do believe Samuel is the son of Moses. Tell me more about your descendant, and I will be happy to see if I can find a connection.
|Roan A||RE: Jesse W Ferguson|
What I have on Fergusons
William j My Great Grandfather 1870-1953
Samuel J 1844-1899
Jesse W 1840-1899
Samuel M 1785-1860
Hope this helps How are you related to Fergusons?
Roan Anderson Perry
Added by Roan A on Feb 19, 2016 4:36 PM
|Shayla B Fairless||RE: Alice M Ferguson Gaskey|
Sure :) you're welcome also. I saw that cemetery was only 22% photographed. So I took 1/2 of the photos today and will have to do other half later. Will post them tonight. I know I've had to add a few graves to the site.
For the Gaskeys- there are quite a few. If I haven't posted all pics of them, will tonight. Took quite a few. Not sure which line you are doing but my aunt (grandmas sister) nancy married Edward Gaskey and they moved to Oregon. Both deceased there. But Nancy's parents are buried in wright city of you need that. Troy Crenshaw and Cosie Irene Harrison Crenshaw. And more of her family.
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